Wikipedia is generally not censored by the editors but there may be censorship of some or all of Wikipedia content by individual governments.
The editors of Wikipedia decide by community consensus as to what content is added. The only censorship by the community of note is the decision to not display some gratuitous sexual images. Depictions of Muhammad, which cause offence amongst Muslims, have not been censored.
A number of methods can be used to prevent a computer from showing images contained in Wikipedia. If you wish to do this, see the options at Help:Options to hide an image.
- Censorship, the encyclopedia article about the topic
- Censorship of Wikipedia, an article about the history of Wikipedia censorship by different countries.